House of Choe Champan
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  • Address: House of Choe Champan, Pyeongsa-ri, Agyang-myeon, Hadong-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do
  • Tel: +82-55-880-2654
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  • Admission Fees: Free
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The House of Choe Champan is known as the setting of the famous novel ‘Toji’ (‘The Land’) by noted author Park Gyeong-ri. Located in a small folk literature village in Agyang-myeon, Pyeongsa-ri along the Seomjingang River at the foot of Jirisan Mountain, Choe Champandaek consists of fourteen hanok (Korean traditional house) buildings.

Also used as the main set of the drama version of ‘Toji’ (2004), Choe Champandaek gives visitors a look at the life of the Korean people in the late Joseon Era. The house has not only made a debut in many films, but is also a valuable cultural asset of Hadong-gun Country.

The Daecheong Maru (wooden-floored hall) connected to the Sarangchae (men’s quarters in a hanok) offers a wide view of the vast field of Pyeongsa-ri and an opportunity to meditate and reflect while appreciating the beautiful surroundings. Located in the vicinity are numerous tourist attractions including the Pyeongsari Literature Center, Hwagae Market, and Ssanggyesa Temple. In the fall of each year, Choe Champandaek hosts the Toji Literature Festival.

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